Democrat-Backed Darren Bailey Wins Illinois Republican Gubernatorial Primary

Illinois Democrats got the opponent they wanted for incumbent Gov. JB Pritzker on Tuesday, when state Sen. Darren Bailey won the Republican gubernatorial primary. The race was called by Bailey with about 33% of the votes counted. She got 53.5% of the vote with venture capitalist Jesse Sullivan getting 16.9% and former Aurora Mayor Richard […]

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Trump Tried to Join Jan. 6 Armed Mob Despite Threat of Violence, Former Aide Testifies

Cassidy Hutchinson, a former top adviser to Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, arrives to testify during the sixth hearing of the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol. at the Cannon House office building in Washington on June 28. .Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images US President Donald Trump was […]

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Marjorie Taylor Greene asks for Secret Service testimony, “own J6” hearing

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Georgia, said Tuesday that she could soon hold her “own” committee hearings on Jan. 6. Greene appears during a news conference in front of the Capitol in Washington, DC, on June 15, 2022. Kevin Dietsch/Getty Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia said she could hold her “own” hearings on Jan. […]

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Goodbye, Angela Merkel. Bye. – Macleans, approx.

Picture of the Week: The unflappable and veteran Chancellor of Germany leaves the political scene with a rare display of vulnerability On Sunday, the Germans will elect a chancellor to replace Angela Merkel, the woman who has guided them through 16 years of crisis. From the largest mass migration of asylum seekers since World War […]

Ontario Compliance Agencies Report Few Incidents in First Days of COVID-19 Vaccine Certificates | The Canadian News

TORONTO – Ontario police forces and other law enforcement agencies are reporting few incidents in the early days of the province’s COVID-19 trial vaccination policy as some companies have publicly pledged to ignore the rules. Most of the incidents reported to police since Wednesday, when the new vaccine certificate system went into effect, involved people […]

Parts of ICU Triage Protocol Already Used in COVID-affected Alberta: Emerging Doctor | The Canadian News

The Alberta Medical Association’s chief of emergency medicine says the major components of triage have already begun in Alberta. Dr. Paul Parks says that in recent days some seriously ill COVID-19 patients who should be using ventilators are not receiving them. Read more: Alberta’s ‘100 Percent’ of New COVID-19 ICU Admissions Have No Vaccine Protection: […]

This is what could happen to Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, as Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou makes court appearances

Reports that Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou will appear in US court to settle fraud charges against her are giving Canadian observers hope for the release of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, two men. Canadians who were detained in China in apparent retaliation for Meng’s arrest in Vancouver. Former Canadian ambassador to China Guy Saint-Jacques said […]

Ile-de-France vines bloom again

In Paris and in its basin, the vineyard has suffered successive attacks from phylloxera (around 1880), industrialization and real estate construction. ANTONY HUCHETTE FOR M THE WORLD MAGAZINE As the 2021 harvest approaches, Julien Brustis is one of the rare winegrowers to keep a smile. This 30-year-old oenologist and agricultural engineer, originally from Bordeaux, is […]

Conversations That Matter: Connecting All Canadians

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local news Stuart McNish invited Michael Downie to join him for a conversation that matters about the need to raise awareness, promote education, and improve connections among all the peoples of Canada. Author of the article: Stu McNish • Special for the sun Publication date: September 24, 2021 • 12 minutes […]

Modern Quebec, the result of union struggles

September 24 marks the 100e anniversary of the first Quebec central created, the Confederation of National Trade Unions (CSN). One hundred years of struggles that have marked Quebec. Let us remember that at the beginning of the last century, the infant mortality rate in certain neighborhoods of Montreal was 27%. With its terrible hygienic conditions, […]

Ready for Takeoff: Porter Airlines CEO Unveils Plans for Massive Expansion and New Destinations

Michael Deluce, CEO of Porter Airlines and master of understatement, has a word to describe his experience managing an airline during the most disruptive event in the centuries-old history of commercial aviation: “Different.” Within months, the Toronto-based airline suspended its flights, laid off nearly all of its workers, lost millions of dollars in customer revenue, […]

Germany: Greta Thunberg preaches for the climate before the German legislative elections

Two days before the German legislative elections, thousands of conservationists, led by Greta Thunberg, on Friday demanded stronger measures against climate change from the candidates running for the elections qualified as voting “of the century” by activists. “Political parties are not doing enough” for the climate, launched the young Swedish activist to a crowd of […]